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  1. that poem is so true. but even when i do paat, my mind is always somewhere else, im either thinkin or worrying about sumat. i suppose its coz i dont understand the meaning of phat. but even when im listning to simran (which is sumat i understand and is sometimes makes me feel relaxed) i might concentrate for a few minutes then ill start tinkin about summat. when you do paath or simran how are you supoosed to block everything from your mind and concentrate? thats where i have difficulties. does any body hav any suggesstions please? i mean when u do paath an simran can u concentrate, if yes how?
  2. i so agree to. if they cant raise them that is difficult, but there other options like adoption.
  3. waheguru ji ka khalsa waheguru ji kee fateh here is a poem on abortion mumee jee keep me safe, mumee jee keep me warm, & with all your love mumee jee help me form. im 6weeks old today & two birthday gifts for me are a pair of bright brown eyes so that one day i will see. i've already got my hands & a pudgie little nose and at the end of my feet are those little things called toes. oh where are we going today, on a bus in a boat or far away. mumee jee why are you lying down, being pushed on those four wheels, this doesnt usually happen how fuuny it does feel. bang through the doors, men all dressed in gree. #if they hurt you mumee jee, run away & scream. there hurting me mumee jee, there pulling me apart, my legs, my arms & now its my heart. gur fateh mumee jee. thank you for trying, but i will never see the sky or the birds or the trees, or taste ice cream, or feel a cool breeze. i loved you mumee jee, i really did do, but i wished mumme jee that you could have loved me too. by the way i didnt write that poem, i dont know who did but it made me cry. i think abortion is wrong what ever the reason. sngat jee could you give some feed back please. thanx. manee kaur.
  4. ha ha ha............you are sooooooo funny, NOT!!! actualy, now that i think about it, yeh, i suppose i will be needing it when im dead. cos when you die you are supposed to cremate the whole of your body. and exactly how is you supposed to do that when you are giving half of it away? whats the point in cremating someones dead body if u aint even gonna get it cremated properly?
  5. gur fateh ji u know when people die yeh, and how sikhi says that the soul leaves the body and all that. and how the body is just a cloth to cover the soul. well i was just wondering :T: , what does sikhi say about donating parts of your body, say like your lungs, heart, etc. obviously not when your alive, i mean when your dead, and your heart might help someone else. are there any quotes from the ggs on this? sangat jee, could you please share your views and oppinions, as i am abit confused. :D thanx
  6. wjkkk wjkf i never seen a ghost in my life. If i saw a ghost id probably burst out laughing, dont ask me why, i know it sounds wierd. my friends dad walked through a graveyard in the day time, and he saw a couple of ghosts rising from the grond. he did the whole of jap or jap ji sahib or sumat and the ghosts vanished.
  7. Manuscript of verses by Guru Teg Bahadur stolen By Lalit Mohan, The India Tribune Anandpur Sahib (Ropar) -- A granth having hand-written verses of the ninth Sikh Guru, Guru Teg Bahadur, and Guru Chau Pai Sahib (holy hymns recited at the time of baptisation) written by the tenth Guru, Guru Gobind Singh, have been stolen from the house of descendants of Guru Teg Bahadur located in Anandpur Sahib. Sources here said the scriptures were kept in an old building in Bari Sarha Mohalla of Anandpur Sahib owned by Narinder Kaur and her family who claim to be descendant of Baba Suraj Mal, son of Guru Teg Bahadur. Manji Sahib Gurdwara was also located in the same building. Devotees used to visit the building for paying obeisance to the scriptures of the Guru. On Wednesday, a devotee came to the place to pay obeisance. He allegedly stole the scriptures after the family members left the place. The theft was noticed in the evening when family members came for evening rituals to the gurdwara. A complaint has been registered by the Anandpur Sahib police station regarding the theft of the scriptures. The DSP Anandpur Sahib, Mr Varinder Brar, said initial investigation revealed that the person who stole the scriptures belonged to the Ludhiana area and was between 50 and 55 years of age. On the basis of the description provided by the family members, a sketch of the suspected thief was being prepared. The thief also left a blanket at the spot, he said. Jathedar of Takht Sri Keshgarh Sahib Giani Tarlochan Singh said the scriptures stolen from the gurdwara were authentic. The SGPC during the tercentenary celebrations had urged the family to hand over the scriptur es. However, the family did not hand these over, maintaining that the scriptures were property of the Sodhi family. The Jathedar also visited the spot for surveying the family’s remaining possessions which were important historically. The SGPC has deputed its flying squad to inquire into the theft of the holy scripture written by Guru Tegh Bahadur and Guru Gobind Singh from the house of descendent of Baba Suraj Mal in Anandpur Sahib, Mr Kirpal Singh Badungar, president of the SGPC, stated this after in a press note here today. Mr Badungar has added that the SGPC tried to procure holy scriptures related with the Sikh history from the families which possessed these. A three-member committee headed by the Jathedar of the Takht Sri Keshgarh Sahib Giani Tarlochan Singh has also been formed to approach the family of Mr Harbans Singh Sodhi for handing over the remaining important scriptures to the SGPC. The scriptures would be kept in the Sikh Reference Library, he said.
  8. This is something else i came across and i thought is absoloutly amazing!! I know its a bit long but beleive me its worth reading!! enjoy....... Ik Onkar Satgurprasad Guru Gobind Singh jee was about to mount his horse, he suddenly asked the Khalsa that was standing around to recite Guru Granth Sahib jee in the time it took him to get on the horse. IMPOSSIBLE! thought the sangat, except for one Singh who did as Guru Sahib ordered, he got as far as saying 'Ik Oankar Sat.. , Guru Gobind Singh jee sat on his horse and finished off by saying 'Gurprasad'. Guru Sahib explained the whole fundamental message of Guru Granth Sahib jee is : There is One God - realised by the Grace of the True Guru. Dont get mislead by anyone who says they are Guru Nanak Dev jee, nor by anyone who claims to be a living human SatGuru, nor anyone who says for 20GBP they'll tell you your future from some cards. Believe in True Guru Granth Sahib jee and no one else. Say to Guru Granth Sahib jee, ' You are my master, highest, unparralled and most gracious, you look after all that sing Gods praises and all those that listen to Gods praises, save me as well Baba jee'. Guru Granth Sahib jee is 'Jag dee Jot' the Light of the World. Believe this whole heartedly without doubt, Guru Gobind Singh jee says 'Sabh Sikhan ko Hukam ha, Guru Mani-o Granth' 'It is the order to all Sikhs to believe their Guru is the Granth '. There's a Sakhi about belief: Bhai Bala jee asked Guru Angad Dev jee how come he became the second Guru after doing only a few years of seva, whereas Bhai Bala jee had dedicated most of his life to guru Nanak jee? Gur u Angad Dev jee said to him, 'Bhai Bala jee what did you see Guru Nanak jee as?', Bhai Bala jee said 'He was a perfect Sant in this world'. Guru Anagad Dev jee said, 'And you too have become a perfect Sant in this world'. Bhai Bala asked Guru Angad Dev jee what he saw, Guru Angad Dev jee said,' I saw Waheguru jee himself in Guru Nanak jee and I was made Guru'. In the same way, treat Guru Granth Sahib jee as the embodoiment of Waheguru jees light - perfect and pure in every way, believe in no other man or photo then your love will take you to the Supreme light where you are destined to merge in anand and happiness
  9. Just something i read and found really inspirational, thought id share it. Can't Do Nothing Except Naam Jap Can't speak Punjabee nor understand Katha Can't sing kirtan, can't play tabla, Can't read gurbanee pronounced correctly Never learnt how to make dhal and rOtee Can't sit cross-legged for hours on end Can't make make my enemy into my friend Just can't do anything Guru Jee Guru Jee Guru Jee dhan dhan Guru Granth Sahib Jee "Visar nahee datar apana naam deho Gun gava din raat nanak chao eho" Forget me not O Giver, give me your name Singing your virtues day and night is Nanak's desire With your infinite kirpa and blessings Guru Ji I can sing and sing day and night inside this body temple Jap jap jap your Naam Sing sing sing your virtues Day and night Night and day Forever and ever And fall into you Like a river into the sea Like a baby in her mother's embrace And what I can't do One day bless me so I can do "Gursikha kee har dhoor de Hum papee bhee ghat pae-i" Bless me with the dust of the gursikhs So this sinner my find your extent.
  10. From: Bham Sikh Soc <bhamsikhsoc@#> Reply-To: bhamsikhsoc@# To: bhamsikhsoc@# Subject: Bole So Nihal! Date: Fri, 11 Jul 2003 13:11:02 -0700 (PDT) Dear Members Here is a bit of Sikh history delivered in an interesting manner... Bole So Nihal! I was standing at Jalandhar station when my attention went towards a Sikh youth standing near me wearing a Black turban having a long beard and wearing a kirpan over his shirt looking similar to a terrorist. After a while, one local train arrived, which was totally packed. The Sikh youth tried to alight the train but failed to do so. Just then a voice was heard from the back coach 'Sardarji Barah Baj gaye' (Sir it's 12 o'clock!) The Sikh youth looked over at that voice maker who was a young mischievous type of person and instead of showing any anger made a smile towards him. The smile made was so enigmatic that it seemed as if some type of truth lies behind it. Not able to resist my temptation, I walked towards him and asked why did he smile at that person who teased him. The Sikh youth replied, 'He was not teasing me but was asking for my Help'. I was surprised with these words and he told me that there was a big history behind that which one should know. I was eager to know the History and the Sikh youth narrated: During 17th Century, when Hindustan was ruled by Mughals, all the Hindu people were humiliated and were treated like animals. Mughals treated the Hindu women as there own property and were forcing all Hindus to accept Islam and even used to kill the people if they were refusing to accept. That time, our ninth Guru, Sri Guru Teg Bhadarji came forward,in response to a request of some Kashmir Pandits to fight against all these cruel activities.Guru ji told the Mughal emperor that if he could succeed in converting him to Islam, all the Hindus would accept the same. But, if he failed, he should stop all those activities . The Mughal emperor happily agreed to that but even after lots of torture to Guru ji and his fellow members he failed to convert him to Islam and Guru ji along with his other four fellow members, were tortured and sacrificed their lives in Chandni Chowk. Since the Mughals were unable to convert them to Islam they were assassinated. Thus Guru ji sacrificed his life for the protection of Hindu religion. Can anybody lay down his life and that too for the protection of another religion? This is the reason he is still remembered as "Hind Ki Chaddar", shield of India. For the sake of whom he had sacrificed his life, none of the them came forward to lift his body, fearing that they would also be assassinated . Seeing this incident our 10th Guru ji, Sri Guru Gobind Singh ji (Son of Guru Teg Bahadar ji) founder of Khalsa made a resolution that he would convert his followers to such human beings who would not be able to hide themselves and could be easily located in thousands. At the start, the Sikhs were very few in numbers as They were fighting against the Mughal emperors. At that time, Nadir Shah raided Delhi in the year 1739 and looted Hindustan and was carrying lot of Hindustan treasures and nearly 2200 Hindu women along with him. The news spread like a fire and was heard by Sardar Jassa Singh who was the Commander of the Sikh army at that time . He decided to attack Nadir Shah's Kafila on the same midnight. He did so and rescued all the Hindu women and they were safely sent to their homes. It didn't happen only once but thereafter whenever any Abdaalis or Iranis had attacked and looted Hindustan and were trying to carry the treasures and Hindu women along with them for selling them in Abdal markets, the Sikh army although fewer in numbers but were brave hearted and attacked them at midnight,12 O'clock and rescued women. After that time when there occurred a similar incidence, people started to contact the Sikh army for their help and Sikhs used to attack the raider's at Midnight, 12 O'clock. It continued and became a known fact that at midnight, nearly at 12 O'clock, it is very difficult to fight against Sikhs as the Sikhs get some Extra Power to save Religion,Nation and Humanity. Nobody can fight and win against them at midnight this continues till now. Nowadays, these "smart people" and some Sikh enemies who are afraid of Sikhs, have spread these words that at 12 O'clock, the Sikhs go out of their senses. This historic fact was the reason which made me smile over that person as I thought that his Mother or Sister would be in trouble and wants my help and was reminding me by saying off 'Sardarji Barah Baj Gaye' Please do forward this mail to all ur friends so they can know about Sikh history.
  11. wait a minute, i thought hes already left for sachkand. hasn't he? so that what i heard. i neva heard of bhai randhir singh ji, and knew what such a good person he was untill i started to read his books. the last recent book "undithi duniya" i read, is just sooooooo awsome. it s about the mystical invisible world. u hav got to read it.
  12. that is sad. but she had her reasons. my question is what does sikhi beleive in commiting suicide.
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